Get My Parking has been selected by Mercedes-Benz for providing a better parking experience to their car users. Get My Parking has announced its collaboration with Mercedes-Benz Research and Development India (MBRDI) to assist end-users in searching and navigating to an available parking lot. Under its flagship Startup Autobahn India programme , MBRDI has been working closely with the IoT-driven digital parking platform, to embed this feature into all Mercedes-Benz cars equipped with Mercedes Me Connect, a digital link between the car and the end-user introduced in October 2019. This collaboration seeks to address the challenge posed by lack of accurate information and limited parking space. Rasik Pansare, co-founder, Get My Parking, said, “As pioneers of smart parking in India, we always wanted to help urban citizens to have a hassle-free parking experience. That mission is accelerated by this collaboration with Mercedes-Benz India wherein their car users can access ... » Learn More about Mercedes-Benz links with Get My Parking to provide better parking experience to car users
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By Avik Chattopadhyay The spark On February 1, 2021, after the budget presentation, on being asked by a television reporter why there was no mention of electric mobility , Nitin Gadkari, the Union Road Transport and Highways Minister, made an interesting remark. “The country needs to explore more self-sufficient and self-reliant methods of powering mobility to reduce our dependence on imports!” This was significant and one needs to read between the lines; especially if one couples the National Hydrogen Mission [NHM] that was announced by the Finance Minister. On February 8, the Ministry of New & Renewable Energy told the media that the draft of NHM will be ready in two months. Link this with the fact that Delhi inducted Hydrogen-CNG buses in its fleet in October 2020. Fast forward a few weeks, and on February 23, the Indian Auto LPG Coalition [the industry body of auto LPG stakeholders] impressed upon the government to promote a few alternative clean energy ... » Learn More about Opinion: ‘Atmanirbhar’ alternatives to electric mobility!
(This story was first published in TOI on March 1, 2021) New Delhi: The Union health ministry on Monday clarified that the Co-WIN app is "only for administrators" and that people who want to book an appointment for Covid-19 vaccination should instead visit the Co-WIN website. The ministry gave the clarification amid reported glitches in doing registrations as India opened up vaccination for senior citizens and those aged 45 and above with comorbidities. #LargestVaccineDriveRegistration and booking for appointment for #COVID19 Vaccination is to be done through… https://t.co/R3ZhS4Ljjp — Ministry of Health (@MoHFW_INDIA) 1614577488000 Harsh Vardhan praises PM Modi for leading by example, urges opposition to take Covid-19 vaccine Prime Minister Narendra Modi has lead by example as he took the first jab of Covid-19 vaccine the day when the vaccination of people above 60 years began, said Union Health and Family Minister Dr Harsh Vardhan on ... » Learn More about Covid-19 vaccination: Co-WIN app not for public, government clarifies after glitches